The Tanker Drivers Association of Ghana has clarified that they have only suspended the strike action for a month or two with an expectation that their concerns would be addressed.
This was after they engaged the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) led by its CEO, Dr. Abdul Mustapha Hamid.
Chairman of the Association Clement Ampadu says the agreement they had with the CEO was that they would give between one to two months, and if he is unable to resolve the issues, they will resume the strike with much force.
He told Nyankonton Mu Nsem on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm that the Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) tanker drivers and allied bodies suspended their industrial action after meeting with the CEO of the NPA, Dr. Abdul Mustapha Hamid.
He explained that the unions indicated their resolve to take immediate steps to resolve the operational challenges with the Electronic Cargo Tracking System (ECTS).